Articles Written by Peter Nikolaev Koniarov

Sequential to Parallel Code Transitioning Using Macros

Multiprocessor computers are very common nowadays, but the programs that make use of their advantages are quite few. This situation is mainly due to the difficulties accompanying multi-threaded design. There are ways, however, to increase parallelism at low cost. In this article I'm going to describe a method for easy transitioning from sequential single-threaded to parallel multi-threaded code using macros.

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